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SATRAPS OF CARIA. Pixodaros (Circa 341/0-336/5 BC). Didrachm. Halikarnassos. Obv: Laureate head of Apollo facing slightly right, with drapery at neck. Rev: ΠIΞΩΔAPOY. Zeus standing right, holding labrys. Traité II 111; SNG Copenhagen 597. Condition: Very fine. Weight: 6.91 g. Diameter: 20 mm.

SATRAPS OF CARIA. Pixodaros (Circa 341/0-336/5 BC). Didrachm. Halikarnassos.

Obv: Laureate head of Apollo facing slightly right, with drapery at neck.

Rev: ΠIΞΩΔAPOY.
Zeus standing right, holding labrys.

Traité II 111; SNG Copenhagen 597.

Rare.

Condition: Very fine.

Weight: 6.91 g.

Diameter: 20 mm.

CARIA. Uncertain. Drachm (5th century BC). Obv: Facing gorgoneion, surrounded by four wings in tilted clockwise rotation. Rev: Harpy flying right within incuse square. Traité II 1606 & pl. CXLV, 1 = de Luynes 2751 = Imhoof-Blumer, MG, p. 466, 39; Lanz 106, lot 141 (which realized a hammer of 5,500 DM) = Asia Minor Coins online #511. Extremely rare and interesting. Condition: Very fine. Weight: 3.97 g. Diameter: 15 mm.

CARIA. Uncertain. Drachm (5th century BC).

Obv: Facing gorgoneion, surrounded by four wings in tilted clockwise rotation.

Rev: Harpy flying right within incuse square.

Traité II 1606 & pl. CXLV, 1 = de Luynes 2751 = Imhoof-Blumer, MG, p. 466, 39; Lanz 106, lot 141 (which realized a hammer of 5,500 DM) = Asia Minor Coins online #511.

Extremely rare and interesting.

Condition: Very fine.

Weight: 3.97 g.

Diameter: 15 mm.

CILICIA. Tarsus. Hadrian (117-138). Tridrachm. Obv: ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΘΕ ΤΡΑ ΠΑΡ ΥΙ ΘΕ ΝΕΡ ΥΙ ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ϹΕ. Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Rev: ΤΑΡϹΕΩΝ ΜΗΤΡΟΠΟΛΕΩϹ. Sandan, holding bipennis and wreath, standing right on horned lion right. RPC III 3268; SNG BN -; Prieur 769; Numismatik Naumann 56, lot 445 (which realized a hammer of €1,300). Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 10.22 g. Diameter: 23 mm.

CILICIA. Tarsus. Hadrian (117-138). Tridrachm.

Obv: ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΘΕ ΤΡΑ ΠΑΡ ΥΙ ΘΕ ΝΕΡ ΥΙ ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ϹΕ.
Laureate and cuirassed bust right.

Rev: ΤΑΡϹΕΩΝ ΜΗΤΡΟΠΟΛΕΩϹ.
Sandan, holding bipennis and wreath, standing right on horned lion right.

RPC III 3268; SNG BN -; Prieur 769; Numismatik Naumann 56, lot 445 (which realized a hammer of €1,300).

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 10.22 g.

Diameter: 23 mm.

CLAUDIUS (41-54). Denarius. Rome. Obv: TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P VI IMP XI. Laureate head right. Rev: Battlemented wall inscribed IMPER RECEPT enclosing praetorian camp in which Fides Praetorianorum stands left, holding spear; aquila to left; in background, pediment with fortified flanking walls. RIC² 37. Rare. Condition: Very fine. Weight: 3.60 g. Diameter: 18 mm.

CLAUDIUS (41-54). Denarius. Rome..

Obv: TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P VI IMP XI.
Laureate head right.

Rev: Battlemented wall inscribed IMPER RECEPT enclosing praetorian camp in which Fides Praetorianorum stands left, holding spear; aquila to left; in background, pediment with fortified flanking walls.

RIC² 37.

Rare.

Condition: Very fine.

Weight: 3.60 g.

Diameter: 18 mm.

NERO (54-68). Denarius. Rome. Obv: NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS. Laureate head right. Rev: IVPPITER CVSTOS. Jupiter seated left on throne, holding thunderbolt and sceptre. RIC² 53. Condition: Very fine. Weight: 3.30 g. Diameter: 18 mm.

NERO (54-68). Denarius. Rome.

Obv: NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS.
Laureate head right.

Rev: IVPPITER CVSTOS.
Jupiter seated left on throne, holding thunderbolt and sceptre.

RIC² 53.

Condition: Very fine.

Weight: 3.30 g.

Diameter: 18 mm.

DIVA FAUSTINA I (Died 140/1). Denarius. Rome. Struck under Antoninus Pius. Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA. Draped bust right.
Rev: AETERNITAS. Draped throne against which rests sceptre; before, peacock standing right. RIC 353 (Pius). Condition: Near FDC. Weight: 3.33 g. Diameter: 18 mm.

DIVA FAUSTINA I (Died 140/1). Denarius. Rome. Struck under Antoninus Pius.

Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA.
Draped bust right.

Rev: AETERNITAS.
Draped throne against which rests sceptre; before, peacock standing right.

RIC 353 (Pius).

Condition: Near FDC.

Weight: 3.33 g.

Diameter: 18 mm.

DIDIUS JULIANUS (193). Denarius. Rome. Obv: IMP CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG. Laureate head right. Rev: CONCORD MILIT. Concordia standing left, holding aquila and signum. RIC 1. Rare. Condition: Very fine. Weight: 2.93 g. Diameter: 17 mm.

DIDIUS JULIANUS (193). Denarius. Rome.

Obv:IMP CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG.
Laureate head right.

Rev: CONCORD MILIT.
Concordia standing left, holding aquila and signum.

RIC 1.

Rare.

Condition: Very fine.

Weight: 2.93 g.

Diameter: 17 mm.

PHILIP II (247-249). Sestertius. Rome. Obv: IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: SAECVLARES AVGG / S C. Elk advancing left. RIC 264a. Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 15.73 g. Diameter: 29 mm.

PHILIP II (247-249). Sestertius. Rome.

Obv: IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG.
Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.

Rev: SAECVLARES AVGG / S C.
Elk advancing left.

RIC 264a.

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 15.73 g.

Diameter: 29 mm.

CONSTANTIUS I (305-306). GOLD Aureus. Ticinum. 
Obv: CONSTANTIVS P F AVG. Laureate head right. Rev: FELICITAS AVGG NOSTR / SMT. Felicitas seated left on throne, holding caduceus and cornucopia.
RIC 51A; Calicó 4823. Ex Numismatik Naumann 45 (3 July 2016), lot 875.
Condition: Good very fine, hole expertly filled and restored, various field marks smoothed and repaired. Weight: 5.07 g. Diameter: 25 mm.

CONSTANTIUS I (305-306). GOLD Aureus. Ticinum.

Obv: CONSTANTIVS P F AVG.
Laureate head right.

Rev: FELICITAS AVGG NOSTR / SMT.
Felicitas seated left on throne, holding caduceus and cornucopia.

RIC 51A; Calicó 4823. Ex Numismatik Naumann 45 (3 July 2016), lot 875.

Condition: Good very fine, hole expertly filled and restored, various field marks smoothed and repaired.

Weight: 5.07 g.

Diameter: 25 mm.

JOHN GABALAS (Master of Rhodes, circa 1240-1248). Ae (Tetarteron?). Uncertain mint in Rhodes. Obv: AVΘЄVN / THC THC / POΔOV. Legend in three lines; star and cross below. Rev: ωI / O ΓABA / ΛAC. Legend in three lines; three lis around. DOC 1; Sear -. Though a handful of crude coins from Leo Gabalas have been offered from time to time, this issue is clearly of Leo's brother, John Gabalas. Straddling the lines between the Byzantine Empire and the Crusader States, these Rhodian issues are highly collectable and interesting. Exceedingly rare, with no other examples for John sold in recent memory. Condition: Very fine. Weight: 1.30 g. Diameter: 18 mm.

JOHN GABALAS (Master of Rhodes, circa 1240-1248). Ae (Tetarteron?). Uncertain mint in Rhodes.

Obv: AVΘЄVN / THC THC / POΔOV.
Legend in three lines; star and cross below.

Rev: ωI / O ΓABA / ΛAC.
Legend in three lines; three lis around.

DOC 1; Sear -.

Though a handful of crude coins from Leo Gabalas have been offered from time to time, this issue is clearly of Leo’s brother, John Gabalas. Straddling the lines between the Byzantine Empire and the Crusader States, these Rhodian issues are highly collectable and interesting. Exceedingly rare, with no other examples for John sold in recent memory.

Very rare.

Condition: Near extremely fine.

Weight: 1.30 g.

Diameter: 18 mm.

HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Charles (Archduke of Inner Austria, 1564-1590). GOLD Ducat (1590). Klagenfurt. Obv: CAROLVS DEI G ARCHIDVX. Charles standing facing, holding sceptre and resting hand upon sword-in-scabbard. Rev: AVSTRIÆ ET CARINTHI Z C. Crowned coat-of-arms.
Friedberg 54. Condition: Extremely fine. Weight: 3.14 g. Diameter: 19 mm.

HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Charles (Archduke of Inner Austria, 1564-1590). GOLD Ducat (1590). Klagenfurt.

Obv: CAROLVS DEI G ARCHIDVX.
Charles standing facing, holding sceptre and resting hand upon sword-in-scabbard.

Rev: AVSTRIÆ ET CARINTHI Z C.
Crowned coat-of-arms.

Friedberg 54.

Condition: Extremely fine.

Weight: 3.14 g.

Diameter: 19 mm.

HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Maria Theresia (1740-1780). 2 Dukats (1765). Karlsburg. Obv: M THERESIA D G R IMP GE HU BO RE.
Draped bust right. Rev: AR AU DUX BU ME P TRAN CO TYR 1765.
Double eage facing, with crown above and crowned coat-of-arms on breast.
Herinek 63. Condition: Near extremely fine; mount removed. Weight: 6.99 g. Diameter: 24 mm.

HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Maria Theresia (1740-1780). 2 Dukats (1765). Karlsburg.

Obv: M THERESIA D G R IMP GE HU BO RE.
Draped bust right.

Rev: AR AU DUX BU ME P TRAN CO TYR 1765.
Double eage facing, with crown above and crowned coat-of-arms on breast.

Herinek 63.

Condition: Near extremely fine; mount removed.

Weight: 6.99 g.

Diameter: 24 mm.

 

 


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